Long-term care insurance provides your loved ones with the means to care for you when you are unable to care for yourself. Coverage includes custodial care, medical support, and more while helping protect your retirement assets and allowing you to maintain independence.
Contrary to popular belief, the need for long-term care is not contingent upon age. Illness and injury can occur unexpectedly whether you're young or older, and the ability to care for those in need of consistent medical considerations is as prevalent as ever.
The reality of medical care is that it can be financially devastating. This is no secret and it has nothing to do with one's relative age. Accidents, severe illness, or memory loss can strike at any moment, therefore making it necessary to be prepared to undertake the financial burden associated with caring for those in need. Investing in long-term care helps to secure your financial independence in the event of the need to cover the medical obligations for your loved ones. It includes:
Group Long term care can be provided in many health and personal care settings such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospice care facilities, as well as at home. New employees may purchase coverage during your first 60 days of employment without completing a medical questionnaire, as long as you do not choose benefits that exceed the Guarantee Issue Limits. If you wait to enroll, a medical questionnaire is required. If you change employers or retire, you can still keep your coverage at affordable group rates. **Underwritten by UNUM Insurance Company of America.**
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U.S. Department of Health & Human Services